A renown Led Zeppelin song, which is also meant to actually say "did you make her" because of the sexual innuendos and lyrics of the song.
D'yer mak'er or did she chose to have sex with you on her own?
Beküldő: Judy the booty 2006. április 28.
D'yer Mak'er (intended to be pronounced with a British non-rhotic accent as "jah-may-kah") is a song by Led Zeppelin, from their 1973 album Houses of the Holy. The name of the song is derived from Jamaica and is a play on words based on the joke, "My wife's on vacation in the West Indies." "Jamaica?" "No, it was her idea." The title was chosen because it reflects the reggae flavor of the song. Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant has said that he finds it amusing when American fans pronounce the title as "Dyer Maker."
"D'yer Mak'er is one of the greatest songs, appreciate it."
Beküldő: Russpaul Singh 2005. november 19.
A Led Zeppelin song from their Houses of the Holy Cd.
D'yer Mak'er is a good song, but how do you pronounce the title?
Beküldő: metallicobain 2005. július 6.
Abbreviated slang for "Did you make her?" modified slightly by Robert Plant after an entertaining discussion about hearing someone say a similar phrase with the same meaning.
Person 1: "She said she wouldn't go"
Person 2: " Well D'yer Mak'er?"
Beküldő: Quacker! 2010. március 28.

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